The rain is finally moving to our east, and we expect the clouds to gradually clear through the day today. We could still see a showers or thunderstorm developing this afternoon, but the humidity will be dropping this afternoon and evening. Temperatures tonight will drop into the 60s, and it will feel nice in the mornings. Low will be in the 60s Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings. Highs each afternoon will be hot in the 80s, but the lower humidity will make it feel not as hot.
Upper high nearby will keep us under a summerlike pattern on the MS Coast. Plan on typical July heat & humidity with only a chance for a few hit-or-miss showers. Click and watch the forecast video for details.
It's been a classic summer day in South Mississippi! It will stay very warm and humid through the evening. There have been some isolated showers, abut many of us have stayed dry today. Only isolated showers and storms are possible on Thursday and Friday. It's going to be hot and humid with highs in the low to mid 90s. Here's the latest forecast.
We are expecting a more typical summertime day across South Mississippi today. Highs are going to be in the upper 80s to low 90s. We are already seeing a few isolated showers and storms popping up late this morning. We are going to see more afternoon showers and storms pop up, but these are not expected to be widespread like the past two days. Tonight, any showers will dissipate, and it will be warm and muggy with temps in the 70s. Thursday will be another hot and humid day with an even lower chance for showers. Highs will be in the low to mid 90s. The heat index will be 98° to 106°. Heading into the weekend, we expect afternoon showers and thunderstorms and highs in the 90s. Stay cool and hydrated.
The rest of tonight is going to be warm and muggy. Temperatures will only drop into the upper 70s by the sunrise. Over the next few days, rain chances are going to be lower. Showers and storms will be hit or miss. Many of us will see sunshine, and it's heating up! Highs will be in the low to mid 90s. Here's the latest forecast.